- Manufacturers of the E-Njoint say it is ‘harmless and 100 per cent legal’
- Is said to contain no dangerous THC, tobacco or nicotine
- Comes in six flavours including watermelon, passion fruit and green apple
The E-Njoint is said to be ‘harmless and 100 per cent legal’
A Dutch company has invented the world’s first electronic joint.
E-Njoint BV is selling its high-tech spliffs at parties, music events, bars and clubs and across Europe.
Currently 10,000 e-joints per day are being manufactured by the company in China.
Its design has the typical shape of a joint and a green cannabis leaf lights up through the chrome plated tip each time the user takes a puff.
One particular variety of the E-Njoint is disposable and contains no THC, tobacco or nicotine, making it ‘harmless and 100 percent legal,’ according to the makers.
Instead, it turns so-called ‘safe components’, such as natural Propylene Glycol, Vegetable Glycerin and 100 per cent biological flavor, into water vapour.
But other models can be smoked as real electric joints.
The E-Njoint Rechargeable can be filled by users with their own cannabis liquid content.
The product, which comes in six different flavours including watermelon, passion fruit, green apple and red cherry, costs just over £7 per joint.
The company’s website, which lists the outlets in Europe where you can buy e-joints, claims that smoking can be ‘healthy’, describing the E-Njoint as the ‘the latest trend on the market.’
E-Njoint is in discussions with Tikun Olam, a business specialising in medicinal marijuana, to help produce products for the health industry.
How different governments in Europe react to the e-joint has yet to be seen.
Some models can be smoked as real electric joints, filled by users with their own cannabis liquid content
‘Holland is well known in the world for its tolerant and liberal attitude toward soft drugs and the introduction of this new product clearly makes a statement,’ said Menno Contant, CEO of E-Njoint.
‘As long as you don’t bother or disturb other people and stay within the legal boundaries, all is well,’ he claims.
He added: ‘Everyone should feel fine, because what we are doing is no crime.’